Session ID: 

Managing Population Health: A Supply and Demand Challenge

8:30am - 9:30am Wednesday, February 13
Orlando - Orange County Convention Center


Population health management often has more to do with the social determinants of health than clinical care. Healthcare systems must work with community organizations to develop and implement programs to meet those needs. The skills required to inventory needs (demand), identify available resources (supply), and contract for and deliver those products and services in an efficient and affordable manner are essential supply chain skills.  Yet, many healthcare systems fail to utilize the capabilities that exist within their own organization when structuring and implementing population management initiatives. Learn how to leverage your supply chain to optimize the effectiveness and efficiency of your organization’s strategic work in this growing area.

Learning Objectives: 

  • Leverage often-overlooked supply chain capabilities to meet population health management objectives
  • Integrate population health initiatives into current procurement activities vs. creating new programs and added costs
  • Describe how leading healthcare systems are leveraging their supply chains to optimize population health initiatives


Chief Quality, Chief Clin Transformation Officer
Supply Chain Management Professionals/Clinicans